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    Breakfast sauasage patties recipes?

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    I would like to make my own breakfast sausage patties, because the store bought stuff is loaded with crap. What are some good recipes for making the seasoning?

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    This one is INCREDIBLE! You can leave out the brown sugar. I did, and it still turned out delicious!

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    this is what i use, its awesome:

    http://cavemanfood.blogspot.com/2009...t-sausage.html

    i've used it in both ground turkey and ground pork.


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    If you use anything to spice your sausage besides: http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penze...ml?id=UuZMPcEF your missing out.

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    My fav for a breakfast sausage is :
    1 lb ground meat
    2 t ground sage
    1 t sea salt
    1/2-1 t pepper
    dash of ground cloves
    healthy sprinkle of crushed red pepper(depending on how spicy you like it)

    I like to do an italian type sausage as well with(sorry I don't measure this)
    base the same w/ 1 t salt and 1/2 t pepper
    then
    healthy amt of fennel seeds, basil, oregano, rosemary and red pepper

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    These all look really yummy. The sausage I buy now is all natural and about $4/lb so it would probably cost me more to make my own but I'm still going to try, just cause homemade always tastes better.

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